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Author Topic: [ANN] NDL - The coin for Pastafarians - Flying Spaghetti Monster Cryptocurrency!  (Read 124851 times)
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October 22, 2019, 02:33:33 PM
Last edit: October 22, 2019, 04:18:19 PM by dnp
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lol...

so i decided to implement a 'poorlist' display in my iquidus explorer code.
(aka Scurvied Smiley )


it revealed an interesting address
  NRwgBBzi54psLTNYT6TcMBUtvsLnALifzK

i really do hope its just a precision error in iquidus totalling things up.
otherwise in the FSM blockchain universe a rip has occured in the space around that address.

but if the FSM decrees it, so be it Cheesy

you can enter that address in the official explorer too and see the same result (hint: balance)
      http://explorer.noodlyappendagecoin.net/address/NRwgBBzi54psLTNYT6TcMBUtvsLnALifzK

you can check out other scurvy dawgs at
  http://coins.dognose.net:3001/richlist

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  i didnt implement the poorlist because i really thought people cared about addresses with dusty amounts, but rather to actually test for glitches in Iquidus code and/or reveal oddities in blockchains.
when i extended the size of the richlist up from 100 to 500 a few bugs were definitely revealed -- and probably why nobody ever increased that size before Smiley
the poorlist has already revealed, via significant negative balances, to me something i didnt expect it to reveal -- one blockchain i support i needed to run an Iquidus 'check' (addmissing) because the original database build failed on fetching some blocks (one of the very big weaknesses in the original Iquidus code.) the missing transactions in the database are what led to the negative balances. on very large/old blockchains a sysadmin tends to avoid running a 'check/addmissing' because it takes a long long time and prevents current updates from being done.

i actually support more than one obscure altcoin, and it has occured to me that there is no tool for 'average' crypto users to look at and determine the overall 'quality' of a coin's blockchain when making investment or divestment decisions.
or perhaps when an altcoin scandal is in the news and people are just curious to look for themselves.
i'm sure coders who do blockchain forensics in their sleep have all kinds of tools and scripts up their sleeves, but the average investor and news reader person really is in the dark and too reliant on what others say in forums.

i also plan on in the future implementing address grouping (showing all addresses likely owned by one person) and could likely be most useful in studying the activities of a crypto exchange or pool. again, something blockchain forensic nerds do all the time.

shady operators will never use my resulting Iquidus version Cheesy
they're probably already avoiding the original Iquidus. one coin i'm into uses Abe explorer, while giving a rich listing does NOT give the in-your-face summary and graphic of the distribution of the richlist like Iquidus would.
it is very bad for a coin that old Smiley Abe is a wise choice for them...

let me know if there is any type of info hiding in a blockchain you think would be useful to people in general, either easily viewed or summarized in some way.



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October 22, 2019, 08:14:14 PM
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Regarding NRwgBBzi54psLTNYT6TcMBUtvsLnALifzK, if you manually look at the balances on the explorer, the total balance is supposed to be -0.00000003, not -0.00000002.  The whole issue resembles a rounding issue on the explorer.
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October 24, 2019, 01:16:59 PM
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where can trade ndl?

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October 24, 2019, 04:53:15 PM
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where can trade ndl?

https://shorelinecrypto.com/market/DOGE-NDL

and

https://www.altexchanger.com/trade/index/market/ndl_btc
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November 24, 2019, 04:03:06 PM
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OK, who hashed the hell out of this yesterday?
Looking at the explorer someone hit the small pool I setup.
Very few people know about it. But it's the you tell a friend and they tell a friend and the next thing you know everyone knows about it.

It's only a 60 block re-target so no big deal, just really odd.

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November 24, 2019, 06:32:21 PM
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spotted in vietnam at the mycasa restaurant in da nang: a mural feat. his holy noodliness!

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4Oo_38BT1S/
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November 30, 2019, 12:46:51 AM
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Somebody slammed the difficulty again a few hours ago. This is just getting stupid.
Since it's the pool I setup for just myself and a few other people to mine at occasionally that is causing this I am going to make some changes next week that will hopefully take care of it. Nobody has admitted to it so....

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December 22, 2019, 07:09:13 AM
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One ShorelineCrypto customer asks for addnode address, here is what I found for NDL:
74.113.36.20:40021
23.233.55.92:40021
47.144.227.79
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December 22, 2019, 07:44:41 AM
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One ShorelineCrypto customer asks for addnode address, here is what I found for NDL:
74.113.36.20:40021
23.233.55.92:40021
47.144.227.79

"connections" : 0
wallet not sync
I am a pool https://zpool.ga/site/mining operator, if you are interested in adding coins - give normal addresses and a configuration file
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December 22, 2019, 01:32:00 PM
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74.113.36.20 is up and I see many connections to / from it
coins.dognose.net  ( that is the 23.233.55.92 address) is also up and I can connect to it.

I see these also in my console. I have no idea if you can connect to any of them:

47.144.227.79
140.186.30.102
60.186.30.102


I see the explorer stopped last Friday, that should be back up and running within an hour.

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December 22, 2019, 01:55:41 PM
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Explorer is back up to date.

-Dave

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December 24, 2019, 06:43:23 AM
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Find your Pastafarian Holiday E-Cards at https://www.spaghettimonster.org/
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December 26, 2019, 04:11:03 AM
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Shoreline_tradingbot version 1.0 is released

shoreline_tradingbot is open source project that enable users to automatically buy or sell NDL, NewEnglandcoin or any other coins listed at exchange with ShorelineCrypto APIKEY functions.

NewEnglandcoin (NENG) and Marinecoin (MTC) is fully tested at ShorelineCrypto exchange at this version of tradingbot.  A bot user can use windows 10, MacOs or Linux computers to
automatically  buyonly/sellonly/buysell at fixed amount at fixed price every 5 minutes in the exchange.

Software readme on how to install and on how to use:
https://github.com/ShorelineCrypto/shoreline_tradingbot

v1.0 zip file download:
https://github.com/ShorelineCrypto/shoreline_tradingbot/archive/v1.0.zip

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January 05, 2020, 05:33:09 PM
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oops, forgot to wish the NDL blockchain a happy birthday a few days ago
   02 Jan 2014 23:32 GMT

happy birthday ! Smiley

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January 05, 2020, 08:13:41 PM
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oops, forgot to wish the NDL blockchain a happy birthday a few days ago
   02 Jan 2014 23:32 GMT

happy birthday ! Smiley


6 Years.
Makes you wonder how many other alts are out there from that long ago.

Side note we now have a POOL:

https://unknownminingpool.com/

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January 06, 2020, 05:18:41 PM
Last edit: January 06, 2020, 06:04:13 PM by logictense
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Somebody slammed the difficulty again a few hours ago. This is just getting stupid.
Since it's the pool I setup for just myself and a few other people to mine at occasionally that is causing this I am going to make some changes next week that will hopefully take care of it. Nobody has admitted to it so....

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Why is that stupid? Difficulty gotta rise. I skipped through the code but found no alarming spots nor suspicious lines I would feel the necessity to report. Madness is the only reason why people mine it. Only an outcast with sixty kids living below the waterline in a petroleum tank could be the archetype of a person paying attention to anything this insignificant.

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January 06, 2020, 05:38:49 PM
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Somebody slammed the difficulty again a few hours ago. This is just getting stupid.
Since it's the pool I setup for just myself and a few other people to mine at occasionally that is causing this I am going to make some changes next week that will hopefully take care of it. Nobody has admitted to it so....

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Why is that stupid? Difficulty gotta rise. I skipped through the code but found no alarming spots nor suspicious lines I would feel the necessity to report. Madness is the only reason why people mine it. Only an outcast with sixty kids living below the waterline in a petroleum tank could be the archytype of a person paying attention to anything this insignificant.

The problem is that when people mine really hard really fast briefly and then leave it, the difficult is raised significantly to account for that miner.  Once that miner leaves and the difficulty has been adjusted to account for their presence, it can take days to get the blockchain moving again at a steady pace because the remaining hashing power isn't enough to hash enough blocks over a short period of time to alter the difficulty to reflect the lack of the really powerful miner.
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January 06, 2020, 11:13:34 PM
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The problem is that when people mine really hard really fast briefly and then leave it, the difficult is raised significantly to account for that miner.  Once that miner leaves and the difficulty has been adjusted to account for their presence, it can take days to get the blockchain moving again at a steady pace because the remaining hashing power isn't enough to hash enough blocks over a short period of time to alter the difficulty to reflect the lack of the really powerful miner.

i've said it before, if the blockchain needs an increase or decrease in mining just PM me here or use the contact link at the bottom of my explorer.
i can control my hashrate and 'ease' the difficulty down or up as needed.

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January 06, 2020, 11:34:04 PM
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The problem is that when people mine really hard really fast briefly and then leave it, the difficult is raised significantly to account for that miner.  Once that miner leaves and the difficulty has been adjusted to account for their presence, it can take days to get the blockchain moving again at a steady pace because the remaining hashing power isn't enough to hash enough blocks over a short period of time to alter the difficulty to reflect the lack of the really powerful miner.

i've said it before, if the blockchain needs an increase or decrease in mining just PM me here or use the contact link at the bottom of my explorer.
i can control my hashrate and 'ease' the difficulty down or up as needed.


I can too, it just annoyed me that there were only a handful of people who knew about the pool and nobody would admit to it.
I eventually blocked that IP and called it a day. With the new pool it's all out in public.

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January 10, 2020, 08:45:41 AM
Last edit: January 10, 2020, 09:28:06 AM by dnp
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what? the block reward went up to 3750 from 1250 Huh

starting at block 1873440   9th Jan 2020 08:33:34 GMT

wouldn't have noticed if i weren't playing with explorer mods at the moment.

and now at block 1874880 it went back down to 1250




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